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One More Tomorrow chords

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Thought id make an improvement to the other tab.. Awesome song and alot of fun to play.. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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           One More Tomorrow (1946) - Frankie Carle (Sung by his Daughter, Marjorie Hughes)
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[Intro/Instrumental] After the first three notes... 
||C      |C#o    |Dm7    |G7 Go G7 Go||
||Dm7    |G7     |C   C/G|C     C/G  ||

[With Melody Accompaniment]
||C      |E7     |F     |F#o         ||
||C/G    |A7/D    G9 G#o|C           ||

||C#maj7 |F#9    |Amaj7  |D9         ||
||Bm9 C#m|D   E  |Fo  E7 ||
                   "One..




[Verse 1]
Fo    E7     A    Amaj7
  One more Tomorrow
   A#o      Bm7        E7
To hold you in my embrace
                Bm7 G7/F
And thrill with rap-ture
E7            A             A/G# A/E
  Each time I look at your face

           A     C#7
One more Tomorrow
                     D     
To see heaven in your eyes
Co             A/E
  To have your hand cling to mine
Bm7          E7        A  D7
And wander through paradise




[Verse 2]
A                 A#o
  One more Tomorrow
             Bm7           E7
To kiss your lips constantly
             Bm7   E7
And feel the pounding as your heart
A AmM7   A/E    A   
Beats next to me

           A     C#7
One more Tomorrow
                          D
Filled with love the whole day through
Co           A/E
  and then tomorrow I beg
Bm7          E7           A
For one more Tomorrow with you




[Outro/Instrumental}
||Fmaj7  F# G#m7|A#m  C#7/B|G#m/C#   G7|D#m7/F#  F#maj9||
||Go            |G#m7      |C#9        |G#m7           ||
||C#9           |F#6       |F#         |F#             ||
||A#+           |B         |Co Co F D#+|B   C+ F#   F# ||
||G#m Eo G#m  C#7  G7||
||F#    C#11    F#add13||







Fucken hell....
That's alot of chords
Know that the vertical lines are the ends and starts of bars.. 
I tried to even it out .. so most of the time if there's 4 chords in a bar, that's a chord each beat...
It gets a bit slower towards the end though and the piano changes through more chords too.
As you can see.. hope you can keep up..
Thanks.


            
            
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jazzakobo 40 Apr 27, 2017 05:44 PM

Dude thanks! you tooked me off a lot of work here!
Little correction: the A7/D in the Intro is in my opinion a Am7/D.
And After that I have a little question about the following 2 Chords: G9 & G#°. Are they in the same mesure as the obligatory "A7/D"? Or are they sharing one mesure and you forgot to end the mesure with an vertical line?

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deathfromala 5,593 May 03, 2017 02:24 AM

Hey man, sorry for the slow reply. (long story short my internet is bad)
Yes, awesome song. very fun to play
I'll check the A7/D very soon.
yes, the G9 and G#o are in the same bar as the A7/D just on the respective beats (3 and 4).. i just tried to make it looks neat with the above 8 bars ahaha.
I'll get back to you soon. thanks

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deathfromala 5,593 May 09, 2017 12:15 AM, edited at 04:16 am

No worries, man. Glad it came in handy..sorry for the slow reply, I had already responded but the comment musn't of sent :\..Anyway, Yes the A7/D and two other chords are in the same bar - no mistake there.. as for the A7/D chord... reviewing it... I'm not 100% sure what it is to be honest.. I just play the A7/D and it sound ok... I can hear a C# note being played after the first beat but that doesnt make the chord so...if you feel better with the minor then by all means. go for it.

Ps. the previous comment just loaded so... nvm this haha

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